Asset Management Technologies, The research wing of IDDC Engineers Pvt. Ltd. is proud to host IBMS 2018; the 2nd Biennial Conference aims to bring together the Bridge Engineering Professionals from the four sectors namely-Academia, Public sector, Non-Government Organizations and Private Sector together under one roof to discuss various aspects related to the repair, rehabilitation, retrofitting or replacement of India’s bridge assets.

The copyright of Bridge Management System is with Asset Management Technologies, who are the organizers of this conference series.

The event is being held in 2018 after the grand success of IBMS 2016 at a larger venue in Hyderabad. IBMS 2018 will strive to act as a platform for stakeholders from the four sectors to put forward their suggestions and research findings that can assist MoRTH to fine tune the platform better.

IBMS is the world’s largest Bridge database owned by a single owner with an inventory or over 1,20,000 bridges and culverts. IBMS has been adopted in some states of India and is active on entire National Highway Network. IBMS now is migrating from its focus on Inventory to evolve various decision making module like deterioration model for Indian Bridges , Risk analysis module and cost module which shall be the main theme of IBMS 2018


Only conference  which closed sponsorship 3 weeks before the conference since it is being held under  No profit no loss IBMS -2016

IBMS 2016- Inaugurated by Shri NITIN GADKARI – Minster of Road, Transport & Highways Government of India, In which Launch of IBMS was witnessed

The Inauguration was followed by a conference which spanned over 6 sessions
Session 1 IBMS – Growth Driver for Bridge Fraternity (7 Papers Presented)
Session 2 BMS State of Art – International Scenario (3 Papers Presented)
Session 3 Non Destructive Testing and Equipment (3 Papers Presented)
Session 4 Retrofitting & Rehabilitation of Bridges (4 Papers Presented)
Session 5 Emerging Technologies for Bridge Management and Maintenance (3 Papers Presented)
Session 6 Concluding Session: Panel Discussion Concluding Remarks (Over 50 Delegates Participated)